Favorite #GeoTweets Jan 5, 2011

We follow the Geo Twitter-sphere very closely… the following are just a few of the tweets we’ve "faved" in the past couple of days… 

  • @developerWorks IBM helps corpus christi build a Smarter city

  • @guykawasaki Why the future of business is sharing
  • @gsterling More discussion of how LBS is also about brands and loyalty marketing
  • @cageyjames Trouble In the House of Google
  • @mikeElgan News Flash: People pay for online content
  • @marismith New social media dashboard to analyze metrics and understand your SM ROI
  • @druidSmith Nice – an @ushahidi based portal for digging out of the snow in NYC
  • @ottawaGuide OttawaGuide, an augmented reality tour guide for Ottawa, Ontario just released for android phones
  • @crisisMappers Maps: DARTr (Deep-ocean Assessment & Reporting of #Tsunamis) real-time monitoring systems

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